Pay My Bill
Please be advised that the US mail is taking longer than normal,(sometimes 3 weeks to get to the township) so please allow time to mail your payment. We DO NOT accept post marks. We have options below to pay on line or use our drop box. Payments need to be made by 4:59pm on September 14, 2022.
Online Tax and Utility Billing Payments
ANY PRIOR BALANCE FOR HAMBURG UTITILTY BILLING HAS BEEN TRANSFERED TO YOUR 2022 WINTER TAX BILL plus transfer fee.
Payments for Tax and Utility Billing can now be made online by accepting terms and clicking below. Payments can be made with Credit Card or by electronic Bank Transfers from your bank account. 2022 tax bills are now available to pay online up to 4:59 pm Wednesday, September 14 ,2022 . If you are paying a prior year Personal Property Tax please click on Delinquent Personal Property tax search tab.
Separate Transaction fees apply.
Hamburg Township does not guarantee that information on this web site is accurate, timely or complete, although the Township strives to meet those criteria. Any errors or omissions will not negate the taxes, special assessments, or utility bills that are due and payable.
Payments made for delinquent real property taxes are not reflected on this website. To determine if payment has been made after the current collection period, contact the Livingston County Treasurer. Unauthorized attempts to upload information to change this web site are strictly prohibited and may be subject to criminal prosecution.
Hamburg Township has partnered with a third party provider Point and Pay in order to facilitate credit/Debit card or Electronic Check payments. The third party provider charges a convenience fee for each payment. Credit card/Debit card payment fee could be either 2.8% or a flat rate of $2.00. Electronic Check fee is $1.50. (you must select the down area on payment type if you are paying by E-CHeck. Hamburg Township does not collect or receive any transaction fees. IF you have any problems making your payment please contact Point and Pay at 888-891-6064 (Option 2) payments online can only be made for current 2021 taxes until 4:59 pm Monday February 28, 2022, after 5pm taxes will then transfer to Livingston County Treasurer for collection with additional interest and penalty PLEASE CONTACT LIVINGSTON COUNTY AT 517-546-7010.
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Treasury: Fraudsters Using Fake Letters in Collections Scam
FROM WHMI 93.5 FM: 05/26/2022
Jessica Mathews / firstname.lastname@example.org
Livingston County taxpayers with past-due tax debts and others across the state are being warned about an aggressive scam making the rounds through the U.S. Postal Service.
The Michigan Department of Treasury says the fraudsters are using fake letters in a collections scam.
In the scheme, taxpayers receive a letter about an overdue tax bill that requests individuals immediately contact a toll-free number to resolve an outstanding state tax debt. The state says the letter aggressively threatens to seize a taxpayer’s property — including bank accounts, wages, business assets, cars, real estate, refunds and cash — if the debt is not settled.
Deputy State Treasurer Glenn White said they’ve received reports that taxpayers are receiving these letters. He stressed that taxpayers have rights and if anyone has questions about an outstanding state tax debt, they should contact them through a verified number to talk about options.
It was noted that the piece of correspondence appears credible to the taxpayer because it uses specific personal facts pulled directly from publicly available information. A press release states the scammer’s letter attempts to lure the taxpayer into a situation where they could make a payment to a criminal.
The state Treasury Department corresponds with taxpayers through official letters that use state of Michigan letterhead that embody both the names of the governor and state treasurer. The official letters are sent through the U.S. Postal Service and provide several options to resolve an outstanding debt and outline taxpayer rights.
Taxpayers who receive a letter from a scammer or have questions about their state debts should call Treasury’s Collections Service Center at 517-636-5265. Officials say a customer service representative can log the scam, verify outstanding state debts and provide flexible payment options.